View Full Version : Flounder Cleaning And Cooking
22-07-2007, 10:20 PM
:-/ Hey Everyone,i Would Like Some Help On The Cleaning Of A Flounder As I Caught One On Saturday And Pretty Sure I Stuffed It Up,also The Best Way To Cook Them
P.s I Took Off Its Head Cuttig Across Its Body From Infront Of Its Rib Cavity Then Pulled Out A Coup[le Of Yellowy Intrails And The Rest Of Its Insides?:-[
Cheers To All!!
23-07-2007, 06:49 AM
Seems you did alright. I take off the head, pulling out the inners fronm the cavity then cut off the tail and fins with scissors. Then I simply dip in flour and shallow fry, de-scaling is optional but I find no need.
23-07-2007, 07:44 AM
depends on how big it is, you can do as described, but if it is a good one they are very easy to fillet, but most normal sized ones, just roll in flour, cook in hot oil for a jiffy, drain on paper towel and eat!
23-07-2007, 08:37 PM
Even easier - dont take off the head.
Just gut it and grill it.
Peel the skin back and go to town on the insides with a fork.
Once you're done with the top side, flip it over and start again.
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